The Tragedy Man
" The Tragedy isn't imitation of man but of actions; so it doesn't act to imitate the characters, it needs the characters for the actions; this is why the facts, and the story, are the Tragedy goal."
Aristotele used his "Poetic" to describe didactically the Tragedy and the Epic.
This project wants to attribute the soul of the Tragedy to the Man. As Aristotele said, the Tragedy isn't imitation of Man but of action. In an opposite direction I have attributed the actions of the Tragedy to the Man. If the Tragedy is a Man's action imitation, so it is also the imitation of the deepest and hidden human being. Aristotele divided gis Tragedy into three units: Place Units, Time Units and Action Units; and into six parts: Story, Characters, Thought, Language, Music and View.
The Tragedy is the representation of a single Action in asingle Place during a specific Time played by specific Characters in a Sotry told with appropriate Language for the Thought with a good frame of Music and View. The conseguence of this is that the Man is the representation of the Hand's work, ruled by the Heart during life-walk-Feet controlled by the Head supported by the Back that expresses thanks to the Mouth what the Thumb taught to the Man with a good frame of Ears and Eyes
The Tragedy Man..